The Third Law Book


5 reviews

Newton’s Third Law of motion states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.  The Third Law book shows us how true this is for women trying to raise themselves up and out of poverty.  Even as women work diligently to change their lives, there are strong forces beyond their control pushing back on that change.  In her book, The Third Law, author Tamra Ryan tells stories of over 100 women she has learned about during her time as CEO of Women’s Bean Project.  Through those stories, she explores what is required for chronically unemployed and impoverished women to create new lives for themselves and their families.

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5 reviews for The Third Law Book

  1. WBPadmin

    Thank you so much Linda for the feedback on Tamra Ryan’s book. We appreciate your support and spreading the word about Women’s Bean Project and The Third Law!

  2. Linda S.

    I just finished reading “The Third Law” and found it to be an incredibly enlightening, fascinating and eye-opening book. EVERYONE I told about it said they wanted a copy and would like to read it. So, I am purchasing additional copies for friends I know would find it of interest. If you have a passion for philanthropy, giving back, volunteering or are intrigued by those who are less fortunate, their circumstances and challenges they face, this is a must read!

  3. WBPadmin

    “Remarkably candid and heartfelt. Tamra comes from a place of understanding when she describes the women and her own experiences at Women’s Bean Project, one of the country’s leading social enterprises.” ~Kevin Lynch, CEO, Social Enterprise Alliance and co-author, Mission, Inc.

  4. WBPadmin

    “In my thirty years of crime reporting, I’ve seen just what Tamra Ryan discusses in this book: there are gray shades all around us, nothing is black and white, and therefore, it is difficult to judge. If you’ve ever wondered why people don’t move out of poverty, this is a must read.” ~Frank Main, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter, The Chicago Sun-Times

  5. WBPadmin

    “Tamra Ryan and Women’s Bean Project are front and center in the fight against poverty and chronic unemployment. These are topics we should all be discussing and social problems we should be trying to solve.” ~ John Hickenlooper, Governor for the State of Colorado

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